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logorrhœa

See also: logorrhoea

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

logo- +‎ -rrhœa

NounEdit

logorrhœa (uncountable)

  1. Obsolete spelling of logorrhea.
    • 1906, Clarence B. Farrar, Clinical Demonstrations, in American journal of psychiatry, Volume LXII, page 631:
      When the patient was admitted to this hospital five years ago, the symptoms of excitement in the wide sense, violence, aggressiveness, destructiveness, logorrhœa, were in the foreground as they had been during the previous attacks.